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Art Librarians Take on Toronto by rachelresnik
April 4, 2012, 4:48 pm
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Greg, Gabrielle, and I were in Toronto this weekend for the 40th annual conference of the Art Librarians Society of North America (ARLIS/NA).

We got to walk around a bit and see some of the cool Toronto sites like the CN Tower.

CN Tower

On Saturday evening the librarians let loose at a cocktail party at the Frank Gehry-designed Art Gallery of Ontario at Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD). Next store is the Sharp Centre for Design by architect Will Alsop.

Sharp Centre for Design, OCAD

On Sunday, I ate poutine.  Twice.


But for most of the long weekend our view looked more or less like this:

ARLIS/NA session 2011

We went to sessions on a variety of topics such as advances in cataloging, teaching with artists’ books, and preserving audio visual material. Just to name a few.  Greg presented JeopARTy and I led a workshop on mentoring.

The conference is an educational and inspiring treat for us, however it does take a few days to recover. So if you notice that we look a bit dazed, have no fear–by next week we will be refreshed and raring to go


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